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Births Briefly Henlopen Ruritan receives honors Above, Bailey Maull rrl, Henlopen Ruritan Club president for 1996, is awarded the Ruritan Outstanding Club President Award for Excellence in Leadership at the Ruritan Dehnarva- New Jersey district convention held in Sharptown, MD. Presenting the award to Maull is Ruritan District Governor Russell Scala (left) and Ruritan National vice-president Gary Taylor (center). Below, the Henlopen Ruritan Club was recently awarded its seventh consecutive Ruritan Blue Ribbon Award at the Ruri. tan Delmarva-New Jersey District convention in Sharpstown, MD. The Ruritan Blue Ribbon is awarded to Ruritan clubs in recognition of outstanding programs of community service and for their dedication to the ideals of Ruritan which are goodwill, fellowship and community service. Betty Chancy, Ruritan National Director presents the award to Bailey Maull HI, 1996 Henlopen Ruritan Club presi- dent. Marriage Licenses Michael A. Nagy, Rockville, MD, and Mary K. Allen, Rockville, MD. Jack W. Chambers, Seaford, and Crystal D. Booth, Seaford. Howard E. Allen, Jr., Millshoro, and Dolores M. Grantham, Mills- boro. Micahelet J. Desrameaux, Brooklyn, NY., and Marie S. Kenol, Milton. Joe E. Dawson,: Woodbine, NJ and Joan M. Dawson, Woodbine, NJ. Alan R. Bradley, Laurel and Theresa R. Harman, Laurel. Bryan R. H. Barnett, George- town, and Kelly A. McDonough, Georgetown. William R. Bradshaw, H, Laurel and Amy B. Ferguson, Laurel. Richard R. Mullins, Seaford and Angela D. Molnar, Pittsville, MD. Gary S. Allison, Laurel and Cinda E. LaManque, Laurd. William W. Hardy, Millsboro, and Topry Silvernail, Millsboro. McKineo M. Jennints, Frank- ford, and Elsie K. Goodman, Frankford. William R. Martin, Lewes and Wendy S. Geheler, Lewes. Ralph W. Collinsworth, Burnt Cabins, PA, and Laura A. Swanger, Cleona, PA. Sidney V. Sample, Millsboro and Zelda W. Caesar, Millsboro. Alfred P. Scutaru, Easton, MD, and Elena I. Prisecaru, Easton, MD. Filiberta V. Escalante, Dover and Shannon L. Watson, Dover. Jeffrey H. Moore, Bethel and Melody A. Jackson, Bethel. James A. Torino, Jacksonville, FL and Barbara I. Allen, Jack- sonville, FL. Shawn L. Collins, Georgetown, and Lisa M. Minner, Georgetown. Juan J. Castillo, Bridgeville, and Elizua Fuentes, Fishing Creek, MD. CAPE GAZETI, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997. 27 taarbor Healthcare plans Wardrobe Wagon Harbor Healthcare in Lewes will be hosting a shopping day on Thursday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., when "Wardrobe Wag- on" brings its 'store on wheels' to the facility. Wardrobe Wagon is a well es- tablished family-owned company that carries a line of clothing espe- AARP offers safe driving classes "55 Alive," a classroom refresh- er course for motorists aged 50 and older will be held Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at the Indian River Senior Center in Millsboro. The course is designed to refine existing driving skills in mature drivers and learn new safety tech- niques that will give you more confidence on the road. Comple- tion of the eight-hour course will qualify participants for a 10 per- cent discount on the liability and personal injury portion of auto in- surance. The cost is $8. For infor- mation call 856-6273. AARP to form evening chapter To address the needs of its working members, the Delaware cially designed for people with special needs. They will also be bringing their 'heels on wheels' assortment of slmes that can be fitted right at the Center. One shoe of a pair will be aailable for those who don't need both shoes. Tiffs activity is open to the com- munity and will provide an oppor- / AARP is f0rmigan evening chapter in the Latlrel, Seaford and Delmar area Thi chapter,  though designed for still! working AARP members, is ope to all members age 50 and over. The fh'st organizational meeting of the evening chapter will be held over dinner atlBritt's Dutch Kitchen in Laurel on Wednesday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will outline the steps to form a chapter and appoint an organizing committee. To attend, or to be put on the mailing lis t , call Jacob Bell at 846-0701. ! ] CHEER meal s program needs volunteers Sussex County Senior Services, Inc. (CHEER), iS in need of vol- unteers to deliver meals to home- bound seniors inthe Long Neck, Oak Orchard and Millsboro area. Anyone with ireliable trans- portation is welcome, and volun- teers who live in ithe area are par- ticularly needed. To volunteer or for information, dall 856-5187. I I tunity to select from a wide vari- ety of men's and women's wear- ing apparel that has style, fit and function. These adaptive items of clothing have unique features that make them easier to put on and take off. For more information, call Olive Ward at 645-4664. Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Julia Hamby, Millsboro, April 5, daughter. Robert Morrison and Robin Hamm, Lewes, April 5, daughter. Laura Laughman, Frankford, Lewes, April 5, son. Helen Harmon, Laurel, April 6, daughter. Michael and Donna Truitt, Frankford, April 6, daughter. Heather Handy, Millsboro, April 7, son. Kathy Stephens, Georgetown, April 7, son. Richard and Mary Nelson, Bridgeville, April 8, son. Carlesa Norwood, Lewes, April 8, son. John and Joanne Cooper, Frank- ford, April 9, son. Joe and Melissa Crispin, Lewes, April 9, daughter. Jay and Jill Jefferson, Rehoboth Beach, April 9, daughter. 40-00000.1 OFF LIST :00RICE ON ALL IN-STOCK ]00ennev ECeCl'mC SUPPLV Rt. 113, Millsl3o'o, Delaware Open Mon.-Fri. til 7:30 p.m. Sat. til 5 p.m. (302) 934-8885